I’ve moved three times in the past month, which isn’t so uncommon for the someone’s first month in New York. Currently, I’m renting a room for two months while I wait my friend’s lease to finish then we’ll be getting a place together. All of this moving around is partially why I haven’t been posting as much.
Needless to say, I’m ready to have a place of my own. And I can pretty much dream-decorate it with everything from Target’s Threshold line. Here are my picks.
Ok. So I’d rather not be known as one of those people who are obsessed with cephalopods. But let’s face it – I am. And it’s time to stop denying it, because I’m dying to get my hands on these pillows from Hudson.
How simple and adorable. It’s also in white.
The Seahorses are also super cute.
There’s also a starfish.
I really could go on and on. All of their pillows are beautiful, as is the rest of their furniture. Here’s one more with some color.
They’re having a sale right now. But that’s probably not going to help much. These beauties are priced at $185. ouch.
Lately, I have been obsessed with Lampe Berger items. Pleasant household scents are important, especially when you cook curry, have a cat, and don’t have a washing machine. I’m guilty of all three. And I hear Lampe Berger isn’t as thick or syrupy scented as the air fresheners you can buy at a store. Candles are a nicer and cheaper option, but I only really light them in the winter. Also, my cat has been known to catch his tail on fire, poor thing (he’s fine).
What I’m most interested in is the scents. Anything in their Oriental Dreams collection seems dreamy and cozy. I’ve been eying the Winterwood scent the most. Also, these things have history. Lampe Berger patents began in 1897.
Sorry for the lack of posts. I initially thought I’d have a camera by now, but that will have to wait until next payday. Also, I thought the blog would have been redesigned. But that also takes funds and free time.
I’ve been eying etsy for a while looking for inspiration. I love terrariums. Here are a few of my picks.
As tempting as it is to just purchase one of these beauties. I plan on making my own. I am recently the inheritor of 40 wooden-framed windows. Really, this is a crafting gold mine. Expect lots of cute things in the future (as soon as I get that camera).